Hotel Ambassador Merida
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... evening was reserved for the dancing extravaganza at the palacio municiapal. I took my place next to Monica from Santiago de las Casas, Chiapas. She turned out to be a psychology teacher and we chatted away whilst watching the traditional music and dances. The dancers wore traditional costumes and showed us all how its done. After the basic stuff they showed some real showmanship and balanced bottles of beer on their heads and span round and round, this was followed by trays ...
... went from $79 reserved on the internet to $358. Yes.......that is over a 400% increase. "How" you ask? When you arrive they inform you that you are required to take the insurance from them or they won't give you the car. The basic insurance they sell brought the total to $275 but covered nothing and they wanted to put a $4,000 hold on my credit card. Needless to say....we opted for the insurance that covered everything and only required a $300 hold on our credit card. What a ...
... morning and evening, and I overheard a guided meditation while I did a poo in the communal toilets.
I decided to walk to the flag monument, which my future host Alexandra had mentioned in an email. The Walmart was very near to the monument so I resolved to pick up some groceries at the same time. I headed east across town towards Paseo Montejo, the main road which runs north from the centre of town. Apart from the midday heat it was a pleasant walk; there ...
... now we've gotten used to the cheap prices after over 2 months of being here and because we are trying to stick to a budget so our holiday can go as long as possible, if something seems expensive or we rack up a big dinner bill by drinking too much I think I've over spent. But if I spent that money at the start of the trip i'd be blowing out on how cheap it was. We seemed to be the only people giving Benny the applause he ...
... We were all pretty impressed by the genuinely huge span of the sight, and
although we were taking our time it took at least two hours to see the whole
place. Aside from this brief description
it just looks better in the pictures.
So after that we packed up in Merida, said some woeful
farewells, painted our hands onto the wall (bit tribal, bit Mayan) and headed
back to Cancun in joyful anticipation of Mr Hewes’ arrival and the return of
some male company.